Easy Summer Sandwich

Sandwiches needed a new twist in our home, so we pulled out the hummus and cheddar cheese, sliced a tomato, cut the red onion and washed some romaine. Everyone customized their own lunch. Some wanted hummus and no cheese with all the works. Others wanted cheese and no tomato. Honest, the options are endless and the kids are enjoying a break from peanut butter and honey or almond butter and jelly. Roasted/Grilled eggplant works well on these sandwiches too.


2 responses to “Easy Summer Sandwich

  1. I have a great sandwich with chickpeas also! You put the chickpeas in the food processor. Next put them in a bowl and add two tablespoons of mayo, two tablespoons of dill relish, 1 tablespoon of lemon juice, and about 1/4 cup of onion finely chopped! Chill for about 20 minutes. Then add to your bread with spinach leaves and tomatoes!

  2. Carrie, I can’t wait to try your chickpea sandwich! Thanks for the recipe.

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